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Cellular Automata in Image Processing

@inproceedings{Popovici2002CellularAI,
  title={Cellular Automata in Image Processing},
  author={Adriana Popovici and Dan Popovici},
  year={2002}
}
Cellular automata can be successfully applied in image processing. In this paper we discuss the application of two-dimensional cellular automata to the problems of noise removal and border detection in digital images. The proposed methods are compared with some classical or recent methods. A very important feature of the proposed methods is their intrinsic parallelism, since they are implemented on well-known parallel-working machines, as cellular automata are. 

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